A young woman dressed up as a zombie participates in a zombie walk in Stockholm on August 25, 2012. PHOTO: AFP
People dressed up as zombies participate in a zombie walk in Stockholm on August 25, 2012.
strong text emphasized text Make up and costumes of these zombies are too good!
This is sick and perversion of human values. These ‘Stanic’ rituals represent human inability to understand the true purpose of his life and get involved in things that bring no benefit for anyone. Imagine the money that might have been spent in distorting the human faces, whereas it could have been used to treat patients. But, as the adage goes, man never ceases to unlearn !
Next time if you decide to have fun and want to spend some money kindly give it to a patient.
@ sick of this nonsense:
well said Zayan Schurahbeel…Recommend
@ sick of this nonsense:
Dude, if this is the way to have ‘fun’ then I strongly feel you are robot that has no feelings and sensitivity for human sufferings . . . if you consider this fun, please keep doing it until you reach 70s and smoke a broken cigar in an Old People’s Home . . . Good luck !
@Zayan Schurahbeel: Agreed. They could have spent the money on something better like helping the sick. What if some of them already do and have done the same and they are just out here having fun? Do not assume things bro.
@Zayan Schurahbeel It is not our right to question any culture or anyones right to have fun. they can continue to have fun if you haven’t noticed these people live in a state that actually take cares of its own people thus there right to do whatever they please, Sweden regularly comes close to the top of worldwide healthcare rankings, so this is a useless discussion they can have fun anyway they like. If this was in Pakistan then you may have been correct!
LOVED Every moment of it. =)
How many of folks agree that it,s EASY TO EARN MONEY AND DIFFICULT TO SPEND……difficult because we usually spend it on useless, lavish, unproductive activities
I have lived in Sweden and can tell you that Swedes work hard and pay a lot in taxes in order to be able to have a country with excellent healthcare, education and social mobility. Why should they not be allowed to blow off some steam from time to time? Who are you to judge anyway?
First of all no one can decide for others as to what is fun and what is not.
Secondly if you think this is wastage of money (it does not even cost 200 pkr) then please look at recent wedding you attended.
If you think this is no way of having fun then please look at how do we celebrate 14th august like uncivilized and less evolved creatures.
It will same happen with those who are disbeliever…!
They already showed…!
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